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2019 Special Wrap Roll Collection: First Strikes - Mintage: 5,000

2019 Special Wrap Roll Collection: First Strikes - Mintage: 5,000

$129.95 CAD

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Mintage: 5,000
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Your coin set contains the first 5,000 rolls of 2019-dated coins to be struck in our Winnipeg presses this year! Order today!

The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to present the 2019 Special Wrap Roll Collection: First Strikes. Like a time capsule, your collection locks in your 2019 circulation coins and keeps them sealed and under wraps, so you can preserve and share them with future generations. Every coin in our First Strikes collection is among the first 2019-dated Canadian circulation coins struck at our Winnipeg facility. They are uncirculated versions that have that unmistakable lustre of newly minted coins. There is a special wrap roll for each of the five denominations (5¢, 10¢, 25¢, $1, and $2). Rolled in a premium wrapper and sealed with a holographic label (new for 2019), your coins promise to be lasting mementos of a year shaped by special moments and new experiences in your collecting journey.

Order your 2019-dated circulation coins with this collection of first strikes special wrap rolls!

Special features:
  • NEW LOWER PRICE! With a new, lower price for 2019, this is an affordable opportunity to own a collection of this kind.
  • NEW FOR 2019! Every roll of first strikes is now sealed with a holographic label—a special touch for 2019 that says “thank you” for making our coins a part of your collecting passion.
  • FIRST STRIKES IN 2019! The Royal Canadian Mint produces 500 million circulation coins a year, and your coin set contains the first 5000 rolls of 2019-dated coins to be struck in our Winnipeg presses this year!
  • LIKE A TIME CAPSULE! Your set is a lasting snapshot of Canada in 2019, and includes all five circulating denominations: five-cent, 10-cent, 25-cent, dollar and two-dollar coins.
  • EVERYTHING IS SAFELY STORED IN ONE PLACE! Your 2019 collection comes beautifully packaged in a collector case for a more elegant presentation and display. Everything is in one place—each of the five rolls is individually nestled in a flocked insert!
  • Plus GST/HST

Designs:
Polar Bear

Introduced on February 19, 1996, Canada’s bi-metallic two-dollar coin features the polar bear, an Arctic species that is a symbol of strength.

Common Loon

A defining image of Canada and its currency, the dollar coin’s solitary loon made its debut on June 30, 1987.

Caribou

The antlered representative of Canada’s northern wilderness, the caribou first appeared on the 25-cent coin in 1937.

Bluenose

An enduring symbol of Canada’s maritime history and heritage, the Bluenose schooner first set sail on the ten-cent coin in 1937.

Beaver

The image of the beaver on the five-cent coin dates back to 1937, but the animal is a centuries-old icon that is synonymous with Canada’s early history.

Did you know…
  • The Toonie Polar Bear has a nickname, and it is… Churchill. To mark the 10th anniversary of the bi-metallic coin, the Royal Canadian Mint held a naming contest in 2006. Churchill won with 34 per cent of the votes. The runners-up? Wilbert and Plouf.

Order your 2019 Special Wrap Roll Collection: First Strikes today!

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Specifications

  • No.170353
  • Mintage5,000
  • Composition
  • Finishuncirculated
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